@savanni That’s the great thing about working in open source. Every contribution you make is publicly visible as an individual :)
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@MartinShadok I guess it’s all swings and roundabouts though because I do have to look up spellings a lot in English. Hm.
@MartinShadok Yup, I just found it surprising because I can’t imagine having to look up any conjugations if I ever wanted to write a story in my native language. It seems like French has gone very wrong somewhere :p
@MartinShadok I accidentally do this several times per day. I think it’s because bash has Ctrl-R to do a reverse search like in Emacs, so my brain thinks that Ctrl-S should also work to do a forward search like in Emacs.
@MartinShadok I think it’s meant to be scroll lock. I guess it comes from an era when terminals were slow and you could pause the output to look at something in the middle of a long output. The secret key to unlock it is Ctrl+Q.
“Once you know the female history of computer development, you can’t unsee the giant cock-and-balls scribbled all over it” 😂
It’s very annoying that Gnome doesn’t have a way to not hide the wifi password when you’re typing it in. 99% of the time you are just copying the password from somewhere else that’s already visible to everyone who could see your screen. Sometimes it’s really long and hard I have to make several attempts to type it correctly.
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